Autumn 2015 Hair Trends

[caption id="attachment_490" align="alignnone" width="463"]Photograph by Gonzalo D√≠az Fornaro on Flickr Photograph by Gonzalo D√≠az Fornaro on Flickr[/caption] It's time to get ready for the upcoming season by styling your wardrobe and hair with the colours and vibes of Autumn. Are you ready to get on board? We've kept a close eye on the runways during the Autumn fashion shows to bring you our top few styles for the coming months.  Low Profile Ponytails Ponytails are easy to style and maintain, but the great thing is the variety of styles this look can produce. Throughout the years there has been classics such as the bouffant ponytail made famous by Bridgett Bardot while today there are many modern variations of the hairstyle around. During Summer this year messy casual ponytails have been in vogue but that all changes for the Autumn. Sleek, low profile pony tails are now the look to aim for with this style seen on the runways at Carolina Herrera, Dior, Nicole Miller, Herve Leger, Alberta Ferretti and Boss. By wearing the pony low a whole new feeling of sophistication has been brought to the style. Loose Waves The hot hair trend that started out in Spring made it through Summer and if the catwalks are to believed will still be one of the hottest looks for Autumn too. The bohemian looking style is all about gentle waves in long hair to produce a pretty and simple look. Achieving a subtle kinked movement in the locks is a key to this trend, and extra style points are given if you can obtain a natural look as though you have braided wet hair and then let it down. Shows featuring this look included Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Jason Wu, Versace, Burberry, Tory Burch and Rodarte. Leather Accessories When it comes to accessorising your hair this season forget all other textures there is just one material on trend: luxurious leather. Fendi, Tanya Taylor, Honour and Derek Lam all got involved with this hot style with a mixture of headbands, wraps and leather hair ties all on display.

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